TOSH Organizes Free Online Training on the New Normal New Me to Create Safety Awareness and Action

The Deputy Labour Minister invited companies to develop the potential for safety at work online, supporting a new and free way, focusing on developing the organizational potential to practice.

           On February 17, 2021, Deputy Labour Minister Prof. Narumon Pinyosinwat revealed that the Thailand Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (Public Organization), or TOSH, organized a seminar in an online format between February 23-24, 2021, under the concept of creating a Forward Culture of Prevention for Safety Thailand 2021. The initiative continues a seminar format via Facebook Live (Facebook Fan page: TOSH) to allow companies to listen and understand. This leads to the continuous development of organizational potential. Seminar participants can choose a topic according to their interests that meet the needs of a new way of working safely. The seminar will enhance their knowledge, stimulate awareness and develop potential in occupational safety, health, and working environment. The knowledge can also be applied to work, and the content expanded from the seminars to the business operators or colleagues further.

           The Deputy Labour Minister added that from the seminar on “Safety for Creation; Prevention of Covid-19 for Economic Recovery in the North” between January 21-22, 2021, it was found that over 1,100 people attended the seminar throughout two days. The number of participants reflects that employers and employees, and those involved in both the public and private sectors, have increased awareness of the importance of occupational safety, health, and working environment.

           Companies, employers, employees, as well as the general public who are interested in increasing their knowledge on safety and would like to receive information on seminars or various activities, can view details at www.tosh.or.th or ask for more information at 0 2448 9111 from today onwards. The courses are of no cost.

           “Policies on occupational safety, health, and working environment are a guideline to prevent and control the dangers that may occur at work. This is the duty and responsibility of everyone, whether it is an employer or employee, who must work together to continuously monitor the working environment in a safe condition, to ensure the safety of life, body, mind, and health following the prescribed standards,” concluded the Deputy Labour Minister.

 

Source: Ministry of Labour

 

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